Flying camera instead of Snapchat’s “selfie” stick

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Social networking applications company Snapchat seeks to provide an entirely new feature to restore users’ interest in the application in the face of stiff competition from other video and photo platforms such as Tik Tok and Instagram. The applications company, which can automatically delete and destroy photos exchanged between users, is testing a tiny flying camera to make it easier to capture and exchange photos between users, according to the German news agency (dpa).
In an effort to make the selfie stick a thing of the past in the era of drone technology, Snapchat co-founder Evan Spiegel said the company is developing a tiny camera that can work with many predefined flight programs while the flying camera rotates around The user takes photos and videos and then places them in the palm of his hand. Using augmented reality technology, the Snapchat app allows users to see digital photos and other elements above what they can see using their smartphone camera.

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